An entertaining concert that gave a potted history of opera stretching back some 400 years.
Every element of Krzysztof Warlikowski’s production seems to work in perfect unison.
Its innovative livestreaming program, which introduces primary school students to opera, returns this month.
Samantha Clarke, a student of Yvonne Kenny's, has received the school's most esteemed award for soloists.
Rossini’s rarely-performed opera was written for the coronation of a king, with all the excess that entails. Director Damiano Michieletto explains how he got to grips with an opera that’s more showpiece than drama, and why he had to set it in an art gallery.
Vivaldian gem sparkles with dirty doings in the Byzantine Empire.
The 90-year-old composer used a megaphone to air his long-held grievances about Opera Australia as the houselights went down.
The inclusion of Andrew Schultz's opera at CIMF was an inspired stroke.
The scholarship provides the Opera Australia Principal Artist the invaluable opportunity to travel overseas and further develop her international profile.
A muse to Chopin, Berlioz and Liszt, Pauline Viardot was also an accomplished singer, pianist and composer. We celebrate the long life of one of the 19th-century’s brightest stars.
Sabata paints a multi-faceted portrait of Alexander the Great.
Nothing shady about Xerxes in a hot new Handel recording.
With a modest operating surplus of $342,667 (up from an operating deficit of $2.1 million the year before) the company’s bottom line was bolstered by a number of significant bequests.